BEAUTIFUL SCARS, Archaia Comics, 2013

Every scar tells a story…they are the signs of a life well lived.

Ridley Bourne has lived through some extraordinary times in human history–from the birth of the automobile to the horrors of WWI. And his long life has left him with scars, each of them a testament to these moments. In his garden, Ridley tells the stories behind his scars and his granddaughter Maddie learns that scars are just one more way to hold on to a memory.

BONDS, Image Comics, 2007

Faith Warner embarks on a path of revenge and a tattoo appears every time she kills…

Faith Warner is a Binder–a being who can keep the balance of life, or take it. After she loses her father to an assassin’s bullet, Faith embarks on a path of vengeance. However, her power threatens to destroy her. To save her soul, Faith must forge new bonds with her murdered father, a mother she kills one tattoo at a time, and a fiance who still clings to hope.

COMICS ABOVE GROUND, TwoMorrows Publishing, 2004

How Sequential Art Affects Mainstream Media.

Comics Above Ground assembles top comics professionals talking about their inspirations and training, and how they apply it in “Mainstream Media,” including: Conceptual Illustration, Video Game Development, Children’s Books, Novels, Design, Illustration, Fine Art, Storyboards, Animation, Motion Pictures and other media.

PANEL DISCUSSIONS, TwoMorrows Publishing, 2002

Design in Sequential Art Storytelling

Panel Discussions is the combined knowledge of more than a dozen of the comic book industry’s top storytellers, covering all aspects of the design of comics, from pacing, story flow, and word balloon placement, to using color to convey emotion, spotting blacks, and how gutters between panels affect the story. Click link to visit TwoMorrows publishing.